The Law Offices of  Lawrence L. Kaye, P.C. provides personal and direct communication for effective representation a timely manner to his clients.  

Importantly, Mr. Kaye pays attention to confidentiality and to the particular individual needs and expectations of all of his clients.

There are many facets to immigration law and you may be interested in any of the following: applying for citizenship, working in the United States on a temporary basis, seeking to bring your family into the U.S., or seeking asylum for religious or political reasons. Immigration law applied to all of these areas and ensuring you have an attorney to represent your rights will help guarantee you will meet full compliance with application guidelines, that you will meet time deadlines, and will avoid any obstacles along the way. Recently, there have been many changes to immigration reform. The Department of Homeland Security is the primary government agency accountable for enforcing the laws and granting benefits on aliens.

Citizenship and Visas

We are here to help if you or a family member is seeking citizenship in the United States. If a person wishes to become a citizen of the United States, they must first obtain an immigrant visa. An individual may also seek a non-immigrant visa in order to live in the United States on a temporary basis. A person may also apply for a green card, which will allow them to become a legal permanent resident. The green card enables a person to work and live permanently in the United States, own property, and apply for citizenship upon meeting specific eligibility requirements.


Are you or a loved one facing deportation by the U.S. government? Deportation, also known as removal proceedings, is a process initiated by the United States Immigration office or the Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE). There are many reasons that can lead a person to being placed in removal proceedings. Contact the office of to determine what relied may be available and how to go about applying for and documenting the case. In these types of cases, “time is of the essence,” so we encourage you to call or visit us at your earliest convenience.


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